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Collision Lab

Ashley Crane, Morgan Polonesi, Leanne Ches, Derek Alban, Ethan McMillan

Ashley Crane

on 8 February 2013

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Transcript of Collision Lab

Ashley Crane, Morgan Polonesi, Leanne Ches, Derek Alban, Ethan McMillan Collision Lab Procedure: In this experiment we first set up the collision carts with two gates connected. We then measured the time it took to go between the gates that they would hit each other and then go backward. After recording the data, we found momentum. Introduction: In this experiment we used the track, two collision carts, and two gates. We pushed the two carts head on so that they would collide. After they bounced off of each other the gates would track the initial and final velocity of each one. Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to test the conservation of momentum. Equipment: track, two collision carts, two gates, weights and timer Work: Conclusion: In the end, after solving and figuring out the momentum for each trial we learned that the momentum is conserved within 10% accuracy. Lab Data
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